Banana and Pineapple dog ice cream recipe that you can share. Learn how to make this healthy homemade dog ice cream right in your own kitchen. #raisingyourpetsnaturally

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Banana and Pineapple dog ice cream recipe that you can share. Learn how to make this healthy homemade dog ice cream right in your own kitchen. #raisingyourpetsnaturally
Dog Ice Cream Recipe

Dexter The Dog loves his doggie ice cream. Unfortunately, ice cream from the local ice cream shop usually isn’t that healthy. Don’t get me wrong—we have been known to visit ice cream shops, especially on our dog-friendly vacations. But I am making a conscious effort to avoid giving Dexter this ice cream, and bringing him his own, healthy dog ice cream. I hope you enjoy this homemade dog ice cream recipe.

 

I hope you and your dog enjoy this healthy dog ice cream recipe.

Health benefits of butternut squash for dogs, cats and people. Healthy dog treat recipe too.

Health Benefits of Butternut Squash For Dogs, Cats and Us: Bonus Dog Treat Recipe

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Health Benefits of Butternut Squash

Healthy Homemade Dog Treat Recipes for Your Dogs: Dehydrated Butternut Squash

Can dogs and cats eat butternut squash?  Learn some of the health benefits butternut squash for your pets and you. Bonus- Healthy butternut squash recipe dog treats. #raisingyourpetsnaturally
Health Benefits of Butternut Squash

It can be tough to find the best healthy dog treats for your favorite canine. Even searching the internet looking for healthy homemade dog treat recipes can be tricky. Sometimes you may find a recipe for ‘healthy dog treats’ and it’s filled with things like flour, sugar, or dairy. For me, this does not constitute a healthy dog treat. It may be cute, but I’m likely to keep searching.

Today it’s going to be all about the power food butternut squash, and nothing else. Like our friend the pumpkin, butternut squash is actually a fruit, not a vegetable. Fruits are the part of flowering plants that contain the seeds. The other parts such as stems, leaves and roots are considered vegetables. I know, the grocery store says otherwise, but it really doesn’t matter; both fruits and vegetables are good for us. 😉

Now what makes a butternut squash so healthy for us and our dogs and cats? A butternut squash may not look like much from the outside, but once you cut into this power fruit, you will see the bright orange meat signaling that it is high in antioxidant beta carotene, which may assist in preventing cancer and heart disease. Butternut squash is also packed with phytonutrients. Phytochemicals, or “Phyto,” are plant-based nutrients that have been shown to provide health benefits, particularly with our cell function, organs, immune system, and detoxification.

Butternut squash is low in fat and has a nice amount of dietary fiber and folate content, making this another heart-healthy treat for dogs, cats, and you! This fruit is filled with potassium, which is good for bone health, and vitamin B6, an essential vitamin for the nervous and immune system. Toss in a healthy dose of vitamin C, and you can see why butternut squash is another great super food.

So let’s get to it. Let’s use this super food to make a healthy dog treat.

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For this healthy dog treat recipe, I started with 20 ounces of organic butternut squash, the meat part. You can purchase organic butternut squash already chunked up at your local health food store, in the freezer section. Or, you can carefully cut your butternut squash on a cutting board with a sharp, heavy chef's knife.
Health benefits of butternut squash for dogs, cats and people. Healthy dog treat recipe too.
Prep Time 20 Minutes
Cook Time 7 Hours
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Ingredients
Prep Time 20 Minutes
Cook Time 7 Hours
Servings
Ingredients
Health benefits of butternut squash for dogs, cats and people. Healthy dog treat recipe too.
Instructions
  1. Keep the squash as stable as you can while carefully inverting your knife, and slowly push through the top of the squash. Once you have the top of your squash removed, if you have a heavy-duty vegetable peeler, you can use that to peel the skin away. If not, flip the squash over onto your cutting board with the cut side down as a base, and use your knife to remove the skin. Once the skin is removed, slice the squash in half lengthwise and remove the seeds and pulp. For this recipe you are going to use only the meat of the butternut squash.
  2. Chunk up the butternut squash into 1-inch cubes.
  3. Arrange the butternut squash on dehydrator rack and dehydrate until they are a chip consistency, about 7 hours.
  4. Place dehydrated butternut squash treats in a glass container and refrigerate for up to three days, or freeze until ready to serve.
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Dr. Harvey’s Veg-to-bowl Grain Free Dog Food Pre-Mix Review

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Dr. Harvey’s Veg-to-Bowl Review

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored review. However, I will always offer my readers an unbiased and honest account of my experiences. Your trust is very appreciated, and never taken for granted. ~Tonya, Dexter and Nutter

Bring on the dog food and dog treat reviews, Mom! These are really a lot of fun and much better than the dog shampoo and dog grooming reviewsDr. Harvey’s was kind enough to send me some great, healthy dog treats, dog food, and natural dog shampoos to review. Today I’m going to tell you about Dr. Harvey’s Veg-to-Bowl Grain-Free Dog Food Pre-Mix.

As you probably know by now, I’m on a home-cooked, primarily organic diet. But Mom has been looking into other healthy options for dog treats, healthy Kong and other hollow toy fillings, and healthy dog foods that will travel well. I am adventurous! So check out Dr. Harvey’s Veg-to-Bowl Grain-Free Dog Food Pre-Mix. This is pretty cool stuff.

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Goodness Soaking

Veg-to-Bowl mix is a grain-free bounty of vegetables and goodness. Veg-to-Bowl is made with nine different vegetables that, when mixed with protein and oil, make a complete and healthy dog food. Veg-to-Bowl is really easy to make! You just add water, and when the vegetables are rehydrated, finish the meal with your choice of protein and oil, and it’s done. Veg-to-Bowl makes a fresh homemade dog food for your dog in minutes. It’s incredibly healthy and absolutely delicious!

Mom is thinking this might be another great option for me when we travel. Then all she would need to do is get my organic meat.

Today I’m going to tell you how I used Dr. Harvey’s Veg-to-Bowl Grain-Free Dog Food Pre-Mix. In a Kong Quest Bone of course! Mom first rehydrated the veg-to-bowl mix for about 12 minutes. Then she stuffed it into my Kong Quest Bone and froze it. (To learn how to freeze hollow dog toys, read this article). That evening, I ate my frozen Veg-to-Bowl mix for my yappy hour. Oh, and it was tasty. Yes, it was! This was the perfect, healthy dog snack for a dog who needs to keep his figure.

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What makes Dr. Harvey’s Veg-to-Bowl Grain-Free Dog Food Pre-Mix so good, besides the taste? It is easy; just add water, meat, and oil. Includes vitamins and minerals and uses the finest dehydrated and freeze-dried vegetables. It is free of all preservatives and additives, coloring agents and dyes, sugar and salt. Contains no fillers, no corn, no wheat, no soy. Allows total control of protein amounts because you add the protein. All ingredients are sourced in the USA, and they are all human grade. When used as directed, it can assist with weight management. Veg-to-Bowl can be used daily to make a fresh, homemade dog food and is grain-free. Veg-to-Bowl is perfect for Raw Diets.

Dr. Harvey’s Veg-to-Bowl Grain-Free Dog Food Pre-Mix Ingredients: Sweet Potatoes, Carrots, Potatoes, Broccoli, Peas, Green Beans, Zucchini, Beets, Parsley, Lecithin, Alfalfa, Dried Kelp, Ground Flaxseed, Calcium Citrate, Dried Ground Fenugreek, Dried Ground Fennel, Dried Ground Ginger, Dried Ground Peppermint, Zinc Proteinate, Iron Proteinate, Vitamin E Supplement, Manganese Proteinate, Vitamin A Acetate, d-Calcium Pantothenate, Thiamine Mononitrate, Sodium Selenite, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Riboflavin Supplement, Biotin, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid

Pros: Tasty, can be used to stuff hollow treat toys, all ingredients sourced in the USA, healthy dog food mix, just add meat and oil, free of preservatives and additives, never sourced from China
Cons: Can’t really think of any.

Dr. Harvey’s Veg-to-Bowl Grain-Free Dog Food Pre-Mix is a win!

What’s your dog’s favorite vegetable?  Tell me in the comments.

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Honest Kitchen Beams Fish Treat Review

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Natural Dog Chew Review: Honest Kitchen Beams Catfish Skin Review

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Honest Kitchen Beams Fish Treat Review

The Honest Kitchen was kind enough to send me a package of their Honest Kitchen Beams Catfish Skin Chew Dog Treats. Believe me when I tell you I am a very happy dog right about now! These super tasty dog chews rocked my world. When the delivery man arrived, I was super excited and wanted Mom to open the box much faster than she was doing!

When Mom finally opened the package of Honest Kitchen Beams Catfish Skin Chew Dog Treats, she still was moving too slowly. I was trying to be as patient with her as I possibly could, but she was making it difficult. She can be so rude, making me pose for photos before letting me sink my teeth into that oh, so flavorful dog chew I knew was right there in the box. After all, I have a good sniffer and I could smell the yumminess.

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She finally opened the box of chews and let me have one. I swiped it out of her hand so fast, and went as far away from her as possible. I didn’t want to take a chance that she would take it back. I took a couple of minutes to figure out what was going to be the best chewing strategy. First, I stood it upright and wedged the chew between the deck boards so it didn’t move. I’m pretty smart that way. Then I decided to lie down in the sun and take a chew. Mom put my snood on so that I wouldn’t chew on my ears. Oh, and chew I did! It was so unbelievably tasty. I was in heaven. Chomp, chomp, chomp. I pulled at it and gnawed it. I couldn’t go wrong with this soft and chewy dog treat. It lasted about 20 minutes before I chewed up the last of it.

Mom usually doesn’t let me swallow pieces of chews, but this one got nice and soft, and to be honest, she wasn’t looking. But no harm done. No choking or gagging.

The Honest Kitchen Beams Catfish Skin didn’t even leave any scales! I’ve had other fish skin dog treats and they left scales. Mom never minds, but said it was a bonus that it was a clean dog chew. But after I finished my Beams chew, I wasn’t done. I wanted more! I raced around and sniffed out where Mom stashed them and started pawing the cabinet. That’s right, no manners. I wanted more. Mom had to put the box in the freezer so I would leave it alone. Oh, well. Hopefully, she’ll give me another one tomorrow.

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The Honest Kitchen Beams Catfish Skin not only tastes divine, it is also a healthy dog treat. Beams are made from pure, wild-caught Atlantic Catfish skins, from the clean ocean waters of Iceland, dried into savory, chewy sticks. Beams are an excellent source of lean protein, and fish is an excellent treat for dogs who have sensitivities to more common protein sources. They’re also lower fat and are a good source of Omega 3 essential fatty acids.

Honest Kitchen Beams Catfish Skin Chew Dog Treats are a complete paws up, and up, and up!

Pros: 100% wild-caught Icelandic catfish skin and nothing else, long lasting for an edible dog chew, did not leave scales, healthy snack, very enjoyable, can be cut with scissors for training treats or for smaller dogs.
Cons: Can’t really think of any.


Does your dog enjoy a good chew or fish skin? Tell me in the comments.

 

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Tonya, Dexter and Nutter